This is Vol. 1 in the series; "Chan Son In" by Max Haiven. "Chan Son In" is a collection of digital techno epics, featuring clever conceptual styling and logic. The beginning rush of a psychedelic journey through sound and space that will catapult the listener/dancer/audio-warrior through intense vibrating cluster of intergalactic techno-tribalist-ritual jams! Viva la Micro-Psy!
Moving closer to the melodic and rhythmic styling of the duo, utilizing synth and drum sounds to bang out a body-glitching digital fever, "bktp" is a festival for freakazoidz! This album is the first BricoLodge release by the some of the biggest nerds of conceptual pop, trance and elektroacousticlash, Max Haiven and Jon Vaughn, with an official short and sweet sequel to the their highly experimental CD for No Type Records "Front". The material on this album originates from...
bySeparate Tracks by: Carrie Gates, Jon Vaughn, Max Haiven, Anna Friz & Annabelle Chvostek, and tobias c. Van Veen
/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /////////////Five Audio Artworks from the [R][R][F] SoundLab, 2004: 1)"The perverse possibility of living in the memory of somebody dead (I)" and "The perverse possibility of living in the memory of somebody dead (II)", by Max Haiven 2) "The Tower", by Annabelle Chvostek and Anna Friz 3) "superimposition", by Carrie Gates 4) "Smile of Sardonicus", by Jon Vaughn 5) "Quadrant Cross", by tobias c. van Veen... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Tobias c. van Veen, Agricola de Cologne, Carrie Gates, Anna Friz, Jon Vaughn, Annabelle Chvostek,...